WWE stars, Harlem Globetrotters and leading musicians to entertain U.S. troops on spring tour

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The legendary Harlem Globetrotters and high-octane pro wrestlers bring memorable moves to U.S. military personnel in Europe and Asia beginning March 5 as part of Armed Forces Entertainment’s (AFE) Spring Tour.
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The legendary Harlem Globetrotters and high-octane pro wrestlers bring memorable moves to U.S. military personnel in Europe and Asia beginning March 5 as part of Armed Forces Entertainment’s (AFE) Spring Tour. The performances will feature musical sensations Runaway June, Matt Stell, and Taylor Hicks.

Runaway June, a popular country trio, is returning for another potent concert tour to support their status as “the next women of Country.” “Pay My Own Drinks,” by the trio, reached the Top 5 in 2020, making it the highest charting song by a female group since The Chicks in 2003. U.S. military troops in Europe and Asia may look forward to Stevie Woodward, Natalie Stovall, and Jennifer Wayne’s rich harmonies and ferocious vocals. Onstage will be Runaway June. Ramstein AB in Germany, USAG Bavaria Grafenwoehr in Germany, USAG Bavaria Garmisch in Germany, USAG Vicenza in Italy, Kunsan AB in Korea, Osan AB in Korea, Camp Humphreys in Korea, Yokota AB in Japan, CFA Yokosuka in Japan, Camp Zama in Japan, and Camp Schwab in Okinawa on March 25 and 26.

Platinum-certified performer Matt Stell is an electrifying singer whose voice will amaze listeners. To create music that is genuinely distinctive, he combines potent vocals with profound lyrics. Snell’s music is exceptional because of its distinctive tone, which fuses the unbridled emotion of country with the emotional simplicity of folk. Stell is touring Europe with his genuine sound and will perform at NSA Naples on March 5–6 and RAF Lakenheath on March 8th.

Singer and musician Taylor Hicks is renowned for his use of blues, R&B, and rock in his compositions. After winning the fifth season of American Idol in 2006, Hicks gained notoriety and has since put out a number of well-received albums. From March 4 to 14, he will perform for US service members stationed in Southwest Asia.

The renowned Harlem Globetrotters have delighted audiences for more than 90 years with their incredible basketball skills, trick shots, and coordinated shuffles while spreading goodwill both on and off the court. The Harlem Globetrotters continue to enthrall audiences with their physical prowess, ball handling, dunks, comic routines, and the infamous Harlem Globetrotters 4 Points Shot. AFE is excited to host the Harlem Globetrotters for U.S. service members stationed in the following locations: The following events will take place in March: March 14 in Segonella; March 16 in Naples; March 19 in Vicenza; March 20 in Aviano AB; March 22 in Ansbach; March 23 in Stuttgart; March 24 in Ramstein AB; March 25 in Wiesbaden; March 26 in Spangdahlem; and March 27 in SHAPE.

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